Military Cancer Crisis: Toxic Water on Base, Airmen Getting Sick At Alarming Rates, The Concerning New Studies Linked to Increased Risk of Cancer for Vets

Published Feb 2, 2024

Military Cancer Crisis: Toxic Water on Base, Airmen Getting Sick At Alarming Rates, The Concerning New Studies Linked to Increased Risk of Cancer for Vets

Researchers found that people stationed at Camp Lejeune during the timeframe of 1975 to 1985 had a 20% increased risk of cancer

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